What is water supply water pipe?
The water supply water pipe is the water service pipe that brings water into a building. The water supply pipe comes from the road into the house.
Supply pipe Read More
Personally I replace water pipe after I shut of the supply valve Read More
Supply coming from water source is a water service line. Read More
What regulation require that the cold water supply pipe from the CWSC to tap outlets and the hot water vessel be isolated with what?
water regulation require that cold water supply pipe from the cwsc to tap outlets and the hot water storage vessel be isolated, with what Read More
There are no hoses that do this. There is only copper pipe, galvanized pipe, or PVC normally use in a home water supply. Read More
Up to 3" Read More
Why do you use a pipe in a water supply network ? wire is the carrier of the current ( AMPERE ) which is necessary to run your electrical device whatever it is. Same as in water supply network , pipe is the carrier of the water Read More
a pipe line dumby Read More
More than likely you'll have to cut the supply pipe off behind the valve or loosen the large nut on the valve which would release the valve from the compression ring...then just replace the valve, if that is what you are attempting to do. Read More
1/2 in. pipe commining to it and then you could bring it down to 3/8 pipe Read More
For water supply works it is 0.3 to 1.8 m/sec. Read More
I cut out the offending part and replace it with an appropriate pipe and couplings. Patching is 'Mickey Mouse' and will not last. Read More
May indicate rust from galvanized pipe feed lines or dirt in water supply. Read More
A leak in the supply pipe. Read More
You may connect it to any water supply pipe. Read More
It's connected to the incoming cold water supply pipe. Read More
Shut off water supply and power to the heater. Drain water from hot water tank then change pressure relief valve which is located at the top of water flow pipe. Read More
The objective of a water supply it to get water into houses. The function of the pipe it to carry that water and the function of a tap is to control the flow of the water. Read More
If you mean "Why does the water from the supply pipe stop flowing?" it is best to check with your local water supply utility company. Maybe they are doing some maintenance work on their water distribution network? Read More
Galvanized pipe is used for natural gas lines and pressure vent lines, and for electrical conduits. As a water supply or drain pipe, it is subject to rusting over time. Read More
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It can supply pipe burn water to a great part of the country Read More
no use pvc piping or copper piping Read More
The problem sounds like the water pipe is not bonded to the ground wire of the distribution. These two wires should have a potential of zero between them once they are bonded together as per electrical code recommendations. This must be an older installation as nowadays most new water pipe installations use PVC to service a water supply to the home. In this case the PVC water supply pipe does not need to be bonded… Read More
What can be used between copper water supply pipe and galvanized vent pipe to prevent reaction between both metals?
There are various compounds for this sold in plumbing shops. Read More
"System Riser: The aboveground horizontal or vertical pipe between the water supply and the mains (cross or feed) that contains a control valve (either directly or within its supply pipe and a waterflow alarm device" 2007 NFPA 13 Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems In short, it is the pipe that "rises" from the water supply to the ceiling. Larger buildings have multiple risers that feed different areas of the building. Read More
When changing pipe sizes in the horizontal supply or return lines of a two pipe hot water heating system use?
Not sure what you're asking. Do you need to know size of piping or what kind of pipe to use? Read More
sand or some other type of abrasive mat in water supply, Read More
Probably large air bubbles accumulated in the supply pipe. Bleed them out. Read More
If you are referring to a regular building, the cold water feed pipe goes directly to all cold faucets, toilets and hot water tank. The purpose seems obvious. Read More
a pipe that protects against catastrophic water damage caused by burst, broken or ruptured water supply hoses and fittings Read More
What is the maximum pipe length allowed for a hot water supply pipe before it needs secondary circulation?
Generally, a maximum of 10metres of pipe run is OK. Anything over that should be recirculated back to the hot water heater (via pump) for re-heating so that the system forms a loop. Apart from the loss of water as you wait for the hot water to come out of the tap, the longer the pipe run, the lower the temperature of the water in the pipe becomes between uses. This can lead to low… Read More
PRESSURE INCREASES are normally effected by raising the height of water supply to increase the downflow. If this is not possible, increase the bore of the supply pipe from your tank. Read More
Is it important to know if the plumbing fixtures are flush valve or flush tank when calculating water supply pipe sizes?
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Have the new valve in hand. Cut the toilet water supply off at the commode, or even at the street meter box.Remove water tube or pipe supply and old flush valve. Install new valve and new supply line if required. Read More
You can use CPVC to plumb your water supply instead of copper pipe. PVC is suitable for drains or non-potable water since it releases chemicals which are harmful for humans to consume. Read More
No. Regardless of what type of supply line you use between the house supply and the faucet it will be a compression fitting. Copper lines with a nut and ferrule or flexible ones are both compression and do not need tape or pipe dope. Read More
1/2 inch copper/plastic pipe is standard for water 2" water main then the branches are sized to properly supply fixture unit demand with out excessive velocity which can cause erosion and hydraulic shock Read More
Well, if they were carrying small amounts of water they would use a skin flask that they could carry with them. If they were getting water for their houses they would use amphorae of varying sizes. If they needed a large amount of water, say to supply an entire town, they would pipe water in through an aqueduct. Well, if they were carrying small amounts of water they would use a skin flask that they… Read More
Metals may be naturally present in some areas (they DO come from the ground, you know) or they may enter the water table from improperly disposed of wastes. In some cases, metals may have entered the water supply by way of piping- at one time lead pipes, or coper pipes soldered together with lead was the standard water supply pipe. Read More
Well acually the water comes from resiviors to our homes..... a resivioris a place where water is collected and the water is sucked from a pipe to supply for homes, companies, etc. Read More
put a pump next to a source of fresh water (ie a lake, or a desalinization plant), and extend a pipe to your buildings. Make sure the pump is powered, obviously to supply more water, you need more pumps Read More
Not the geatest idea BUT check local codes CPVC is normally used for hot water applications and is highly toxic Read More
There is dirt entering the supply pipe. This is common when city repairs pipes in some areas. Read More
Check your local plumbing code. More than likely 2" Read More
Lead pipe was used for waste /vent and domestic water supply and it is still in use for certain acid wastes Read More
Make sure your main water is turned on by turning on another sink or bath and if it is then turn your toilet valve off and on a couple times and see if any water comes out in your tank. If still no water is filling the tank then shut off the valve and take the supply tube off the valve and turn the valve on slowly to see if you have any water comming… Read More